MBTI Types as Pools
ENTP: Basically a theme park with water. Games, rides, and… cotton candy?
ENTJ: There is wifi accessible from every part of the pool. You go there to see people on laptops and phones getting work done while floating on the lazy river or drinking a margarita.
ENFP: The whole thing has the ambiance of a luau with tropical flowers and bamboo furniture. At night they have the unofficial tradition of lighting a bonfire and making s'mores.
ENFJ: Everyone pretty much forgets that it’s a pool and not a cafe. People show up just to talk and hang out.
ESTP: Water is being splashed everywhere; there is complete anarchy; the life guards have waged war on the managerial staff and poolgoers are taking sides.
ESTJ: The most organized establishment you have ever laid eyes on. They have also discovered that the most effective way to limit the line for the waterslide is to make it go about 40mph (met with mixed reactions from parents).
ESFP: Slides. Lot of slides. “That one goes upside down; how does that even work?”
ESFJ: The amount of sun reflected off of the water is matched only by the sunny personalities of the staff. Those at the ice cream bar will sneak you a free cookie with your order if you’re discreet enough.
INTP: It is simply a mess of different shapes and features all mashed into one weird pool… but it works.
INTJ: There is an interactive system to match each individual with their optimal chair. Light and fountain show at 9.
INFP: The pool is open 24/7 for all of your nighttime poolgoing needs. It looks similar to INTP’s with many small areas, and a shady area for hammocks nearby.
INFJ: The oversized hot tub is the main attraction of the pool. It overflows into the pool in a huge waterfall.
ISTP: It’s more of a lake or pond than a pool. The wooden bridges are a highlight of the whole thing, as is the rope that kids use to swing into the water.
ISTJ: The only word to describe it is lagoon. It’s a beautiful serene area you feel free to relax and exist in.
ISFP: As many fountains as you can count. They are very fun to swim in, or relaxing to listen to as you collect your thoughts.
ISFJ: It’s a sandy-bottom pool with lots of trees and shade to relax by, a welcome escape from the world around you.